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Author Title Institution Completed
Adams, Kyle
A New Theory of Chromaticism from the Late Sixteenth to the Early Eighteenth CenturyCUNY Graduate CenterSeptember 2006
Baker, David J
Modeling Melodic DictationLouisiana State UniversityAugust 2019
Baysal, Ozan
Phrase Rhythm and Time in Beste-i Kadims - A Cyclical ApproachIstanbul Technical UniversityOctober 2011
BOLAND, Marguerite M
Form and Dialectical Opposition in Elliott Carter\'s Compositional AestheticAustralian National UniversityDecember 2017
Geary, David
Analyzing Drums and Other Beats in Twenty-First Century Popular MusicIndiana UniversityDecember 2019
Guez, Jonathan
Schubert's Recapitulation ScriptsYale UniversityMarch 2015
Hannaford, Marc E
One Line, Many Views: Perspectives on Music Theory, Composition, and Improvisation through the Work of Muhal Richard AbramsColumbia UniversityJune 2019
Hoch, Matthew
"The Structural and Dramatic Role of the Piano in Richard Strauss's Krämerspiegel, Op. 66"New England ConservatoryDecember 2006
Hudson, Stephen S.
Feeling Beats and Experiencing Motion: A Construction-Based Theory of MeterNorthwestern UniversityMay 2019
Jedlicka, Jason R.
Interpreting Steve Reich's Later Music (2007-2012)Indiana UniversityNovember 2018
Kovaciny, Stephen M.
Chabanon, Rameau, and the Listening Body in Early Modern FranceUniversity of Wisconsin–MadisonNovember 2019
Lee, Dickie C.
An Agential Exploration of Tragedy and Irony in Post-1945 Orchestral WorksFlorida State UniversityMarch 2017
Lett, Stephen
The Psychedelic Listener: Theorizing Music in Therapeutic PracticeUniversity of MichiganMay 2019
Mayr, Desirée J
The Identification of Developing Variation in Johannes Brahms OP.78 and Leopoldo Miguéz OP.14 Violin Sonatas Through Derivative Analysis
Federal University of Rio de JaneiroJuly 2018
Morrison, Landon
"Sounds, Signals, Signs: Transductive Currents in Post-Spectral Music at IRCAM"McGill University, Schulich School of MusicJanuary 2020
Mosher, David R.
Implicit Learning As A Means Of Tonal Jazz Pitch-Listening Skills AcquisitionUniversity of Massachusetts AmherstNovember 2018
Seltzer, Linda, A.
The Unblinking Eye, Literary Theory in the Analysis of Debussy's Pelleas et MelisandePrinceton Universityunspecified
Warrenburg, Lindsay A.
Subtle Semblances of Sorrow: Exploring Music, Emotional Theory, and MethodologyOhio State UniversityDecember 2019
White, Christopher Wm.
Some Statistical Properties of Tonality, 1650-1900Yale UniversityMay 2014


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